Welcome to The HiVE

Career on a page

If you are interested in taking the next step in your career, the HiVE can help.

Our Career on a Page guides will help you understand how to progress. 

Start by downloading this brochure.

Scroll down to find out how your colleagues have been supported to develop their careers. If you have learning or an experience to share, let us know.

For more information about training and education support, and apprenticeships visit the Pulse.

Emma Mendes Da Costa - Recruitment Officer 

"There isn’t a typical day in the Recruitment office, and I love how varied my work is. I guide managers and applicants through the entire process of recruitment: publishing and closing adverts, setting up interviews, completing necessary pre-employment checks, writing contracts, and setting new employees up with Payroll. No two applicants are the same, and I enjoy the problem-solving aspect of my job." - Read More

Katie Roberts - Occupational Therapy Lead/Area Lead, adults

 "There is no typical day in my role; everyday is different. As professional lead for the Trust I get to attend meetings, meet with staff, support peer supervision and one-to-ones as well as working alongside the Universities, delivering training such as skills updates. As my role is Trustwide, a key work stream is supporting teams in the standardisation of processes and systems. For example, referral and discharge, competencies, roles and responsibilities. As an area therapy lead this also allows me to get involved in their development supporting teams" - Read More

Jennifer Williams - Children's Specialist Speech and Language Therapist

 "My working day can include a combination of; assessing children’s communication skills, devising therapy targets, delivering therapy and writing reports. My role also involves a lot of liaison with parents and school staff, giving advice and sharing resources, for example supporting a school to make their classrooms ‘communication friendly’  or providing training packages. I also support students, SLT assistants and junior therapists." - Read More 

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Jamie Bewick - Head of Financial Accounts 

"Every day is different . I manage a busy department of 12 people and my day is very varied . A key part of my role is to ensure that there is enough cash in the organisation to  to pay staff and pay our bills on a timely basis. We produce the organisation’s  monthly and annual accounts as well as managing the Trust’s capital and charitable funds." - Read More

Dr Annetha Skinner - Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine

"The breadth of what I do, the nature of my job and the abiding relationships with patients and colleagues are very gratifying and make up the best bits of my job. It is an unique privilege to be part of a multidisciplinary team that helps make a difference to someone’s life, supporting families and building  relationships to  support patients  in making a difference." - Read More 

Jo Hammersley - Community Nurse 

"During my career I have had the opportunity to work in both hospitals and the community. It was when I worked in a community team that I realised that I was enabled to be more autonomous and empowered by my team to be able to be involved in decisions about care, this is when I found my love for the community.  I was supported by the  Trust to do my registered nurse training at Brighton University and since qualifying I have finished  my preceptorship and completed the band 5 development  programme. Both have been highly beneficial and especially in looking at my role in terms of development and leadership ." - Read More